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Ubiad1 Is an Antioxidant Enzyme that Regulates eNOS Activity by CoQ10 Synthesis
Elevated prenatal anti-Müllerian hormone reprograms the fetus and induces polycystic ovary syndrome in adulthood
A critical role is highlighted for excess prenatal AMH exposure and subsequent aberrant GnRH receptor signaling in the neuroendocrine dysfunctions of PCOS, while offering a new potential therapeutic avenue to treat the condition during adulthood.
Photocatalytic degradation study of diclofenac over aqueous TiO2 suspensions
AGEs/RAGE complex upregulates BACE1 via NF-κB pathway activation
Donkey's milk detailed lipid composition.
A detailed comparative analysis of the lipid fractions of DM as well as of human and cow milk is offered, also indicating the distribution of fatty-acid moieties among sn-1/3 and sn-2 positions of the glycerol backbone.
Oxidative stress-dependent impairment of cardiac-specific transcription factors in experimental diabetes.
DHEA treatment counteracted the enhanced AGE receptor activation in the heart of STZ-diabetic rats and ZDF rats and normalized downstream signaling, thus avoiding impairment of the cardiac myogenic factors, heart autonomic nervous system and neural crest derivatives and myogenic enhancer factor-2, and the switch in MHC gene expression, which are the early events in diabetic cardiomyopathy.
Effect of cooking method on carnosine and its homologues, pentosidine and thiobarbituric acid-reactive substance contents in beef and turkey meat.
The photocatalytic process as a tool to identify metabolitic products formed from dopant substances: the case of buspirone.
Characterization of intermediate compounds formed upon photoinduced degradation of quinolones by high-performance liquid chromatography/high-resolution multiple-stage mass spectrometry.
- P. Calza, C. Medana, F. Carbone, V. Giancotti, C. Baiocchi
- ChemistryRapid communications in mass spectrometry : RCM
- 30 May 2008
Toxicity assays using Vibrio fischeri prove that neither ciprofloxacin nor its intermediates exhibit acute toxicity; a correlation exists between the evolution of the intermediate compounds and the toxicity connected to them.
Selective analysis of phenolic compounds in propolis by HPLC-MS/MS.
- C. Medana, F. Carbone, R. Aigotti, G. Appendino, C. Baiocchi
- ChemistryPhytochemical analysis : PCA
The results of this study show that the introduction of precursor ion analysis leads to a significant improvement in the characterisation of the phenolic fraction of propolis, paving the way to the establishment of a better quality control for this important natural remedy.